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CHARACTER SHOWN DESERVED TO BE WORTH SOMETHING AT WORTHING

There were clearly several real positives to be taken from Invicta’s performance in defeat at Worthing on Saturday despite the obvious negatives of an eventual 3-2 loss and a red card for talented youngster Alfie Paxman.


Folkestone showed real character to lead twice, especially when Ronnie Dolan’s fine goal put them 2-1 ahead midway through the second half only for a cruel own goal that restored parity and gave the in-form home side the momentum to push on and achieve victory to eventually spoil the day for the visitors. Consistent midfielder Dolan is pictured right.

“We were superb in the second half. Ronnie’s goal was a beauty and he had another really good game” said manager Neil Cugley. “But it was a great cross from their lad that put Callum (Davies) under pressure when that own goal flew in.

“Things went in their favour throughout the match – Alfie’s red card was a joke. That referee (Graham Ions) is usually better than that but he seemed to have it in for Alfie from the start.

“The second booking should have been a free-kick to us – their player went right through the back of Alfie yet the referee saw it the other way round. It’s a shame for the lad as he misses our FA Trophy game on Saturday now.”

Kane Rowland, who had opened the scoring for Invicta early on, picked up a slight knock while Sam Hasler was withdrawn feeling unwell, possibly with a recurrence of the recent illness that saw him miss a couple of games early last month.

Manager Cugley believe that he should still have a virtually full squad to choose from when Invicta take on Bostik One Central Didcot Town in the second round of the Buildbase FA Trophy at The Fullicks Stadium this weekend.

Folkestone’s two best recent results have come in cup ties and we can hope that they continue that trend, first against Didcot, and then at home to Southern South Central leaders Hayes and Yeading in the Velocity Trophy on Tuesday.